STA, 17 August 2018 - Slovenia's leading insurance group, Triglav, posted a net profit of EUR 30m in the first half of the year, a drop of 17% compared to the same period last year, while consolidated gross written premiums rose by 5% to EUR 574.8m.
British fans live down to their reputation.
Although the end of the summer season is looking that doesn’t mean things are slowing down in the capital, with lovers of classical music, theatre and dance especially well served this week.
From August 16 until February 15, 2019 visitors to Ljubljana will have a chance to see a collection of gold items from the Imperial Treasury of the Ming dynasty, from the reign of the Wanli Emperor (1573–1620), which rarely leave Beijing and are being shown in Slovenia for the first time.
STA, 17 August 2018 - Analysts Igor Pribac and Žiga Turk both highlighted in their response to Friday's parliamentary address by Marjan Šarec the newly appointed prime minister's listing of healthcare as the cabinet's top priority. Pribac believes healthcare will be the stand or fall issue for the new government.
STA, 9 August 2018 - Tugo Štiglic, a director and screenwriter, whose list of films includes the iconic 1980s coming-of-age duology Poletje v Školjki (A Summer in a Sea Shell), has been picked to receive the Badjura life-time achievement award at the outset of the 21st Slovenian Film Festival in September.